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Omicron Delta Epsilon

Economics Department hosts an annual awards ceremony each spring to honor our outstanding students, present them with the Distinction in Economics Award and invite them to join the international honors society in economics, Omicron Delta Epsilon.

Omicron Delta Epsilon

The requirements for membership through the Purdue University ODE Chapter are:

  • Complete at least 4 upper-division Econ courses (300-level and above)
  • 3.5 or higher GPA in all Econ courses
  • 3.0 or higher overall GPA
  • Current undergraduate student in good standing

Students do not need to be econ majors to be eligible for membership in Omicron Delta Epsilon. Among the benefits of membership are a one-year subscription to The American Economist, the opportunity to submit papers for publication in the same journal, the opportunity to submit a paper for the Frank W. Taussig Article Award, and certification of the high quality of your undergraduate academic performance in Economics at Purdue University.

2017 Distinction in Economics Award Recipients

2017 ODE Students

Congratulations to the following students who qualified in 2017 for membership in the Purdue Chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon

Amaltdinov, Marat R.
Bachewicz, Nicholas J.
Bevins, Benjamin C.
Brown, Alexander J.
Chen, Hanzhang
Chen, Jiadong
Chen, Pengyuan
Chen, Qi
Coon, Austin L.
Deng, Shengyuan
Du, Yuan
Fang, Bohan
Guo, Siqi

Han, Yijia
Hao, Yijia
Hickey, Shannon M.
Hoernschemeyer, Adam M.
Kart, Zeynep D.
Li, Songyan
Liu, Chenyu
Liu, Weiting
Marshall, Andrew C.
Nazareno, Austen M.
Pavelka, Thomas A.
Pelech, Paul J.
Pierce, James A.

Raya, Abhijit Reddy
Rittman, Matthew R.
Shi, Chengming
Si, Qi
Tanner, Joseph D.
Wang, Mo
Wang, Yunying
Weakland, Sebastian T.
Whitaker, Luke A.
Wood, Michael J.
Yan, Wenhan
Yao, Yuetong
York, Joshua R.